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Alvin Tyler

Alvin Tyler

Real Name:Alvin Owen Tyler
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American baritone and tenor saxophonist, also known as “Red” Tyler.
Born December 5, 1925, died April 4, 1998 in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Best known for his work as a session musician and arranger on a vast number of New Orleans R&B hits of the 1950s. Among others, Tyler worked with Fats Domino, Little Richard, Lloyd Price, Jimmy Clanton, Lee Dorsey, and Aaron Neville. In the late 1960s, Tyler turned toward jazz, playing various clubs in his hometown of New Orleans until his death.

Sites:Wikipedia
In Groups:A.F.O. Studio Combo, AFO Executives, Alvin "Red" Tyler & The Gyros, Alvin "Red" Tyler Quartet, Crescent City Gold, Little Richard And His Band
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